Photographs by Frank

5 March 2019

A Day on the Lake

Filed under: Landscapes,Monadnock Region,Winter — Frank @ 10:00 PM

Last Friday (1 March) , we spent most of the day on the lake… literally. The ice is about twenty inches thick.

We headed out before 11 AM and did not get back to the house until almost 4:30. We, there was a group of five of us, spent the day laying out guides and pulling a ground penetrating radar (GPR) apparatus across the ice in order to map the geology of the lake bottom. This was our second GPR session and a third is planned for this coming Thursday.

Of course, I carried my camera and made a few photographs while out and about.

Here they are:

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GPR Rig In Action
GPR Rig In Action
Lake Shore (two frame pano)
Lake Shore (two frame pano)
Lake Shore
Lake Shore
Lake Shore Detail
Lake Shore Detail
Untitled #1
Untitled #1
Untitled #2
Untitled #2
Untitled #3
Untitled #3
Bob House #1
Bob House #1
Bob House #2
Bob House #2

1 Comment

  1. Twenty inches thick, you say? I remember several years ago when the lake across from Benjamin’s in Taunton was frozen solid with pick-up trucks and fishing huts all over the place. I have not seen that repeated since then.

    Another interesting group here. Bob’s House #1 and Untitled #2 were of particular interest to me. Happy hunting on Thursday. . .

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 6 March 2019 @ 2:02 PM

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